Michael Gao


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Men's golf turns in strong performance at weekend cup

The Princeton men’s golf team continues its strong open to the season, netting a second place finish at the Quechee Collegiate Invitational hosted by Dartmouth in Vermont. It is the second tournament of the season for the Tigers, who just finished competing at Duke’s Rod Myers Invitational a week earlier. 


​Princeton men’s tennis hopes to open well with two regional tournaments

The newly minted Tigers hope to start out the 2017 season on a high note, as the team splits to attend two critical national invitational tournaments hosted at Duke and University of Pennsylvania. It will be a test of strength and confidence for a Princeton team that retains key elements of last year’s stalwart team, despite losses to graduation, and welcomes one of its strongest first-year classes ever.


Men's wrestling poised for upcoming EIWA and NCAA championships

It hasn’t always been smooth sailing for the Princeton wrestling team. Competing in an Ivy League dominated for decades by Cornell, as well as competing within the fiercely competitive EIWA, the Tigers have often struggled to find their place in a sport traditionally dominated by large, storied Midwestern programs. Head coach Chris Ayres, however, has turned Princeton from an insignificant contender in college wrestling to a consistent placer in the NCAA national championships, one of the most dangerous squads in the EIWA.


Women's track and field priming for Ivy League Heptagonal Championships

A month ago, in a dominating performance at Harvard-Yale-Princeton, the Princeton women’s track and field team proved its mettle, earning 73 points and easily beating out rivals Harvard and Yale, each by an impressive 25 points. The Tigers hope to replicate their performance this weekend as they compete in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.